Joanna Cranitch, aka White Prism, has been around music since the time she was born - her Hungarian grandfather was a jazz pianist. His talent was certainly passed down to her, and it shows in her new EP White Prism which we're pleased to bring you today.

She performed in her native Australia for quite some time before relocating to New York City and becoming a studio engineer at Nola Recording Studios, where she recorded her first demos. Those would become the first album of her first project, Joanna and the Dusty Floor.

White Prism is a seven-track bit of chilled-out, chic, electro-pop that has gotten her spots touring with MØ and Foxes. The EP drops on 24th March.

Make sure you her check out at Servant Jazz Quarters on Saturday, May 3rd (tickets here).

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